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Acids, 70

F.R.S., 390 ; Prof. A. G. Tansley, 414;. Edward T. Dixon, Hall (R. N.), the. Fort and Stone-lined Pits at Inyanga
414

contrasted with the Great Zimbabwe, 598
Greek at Oxford and Cambridge, Compulsory, 128

Haller (A.), Constitution of the Sodium Salts. of certain
Gregory (J. C.), a Short Introduction to the Theory of Methenic and Methinic Acids, 239;, the B-Methyl-e-alkyl-
Electrolytic Dissociation, 606

cyclohexanones, 311; a Synthesis of Menthone and
Griffin (Messrs. J. J. and Sons), Vitro-Ink, 256

Menthol, 31; Synthesis in the Anthracene Series, 359 ;
Grimal (Emilien), on Wood Spirit from Thuya articulata, New Method of Synthesis of Alkyl .Derivatives of Cyclic
143

Saturated Alcohols, · 431; 1-Methyl-4-benzylcyclohexanol
Grindon (Maurice), Till the Sun, Grows Cold, 606

and 1-Methyl-4-dibenzylcyclohexanol, 479
Groom (Prof. Percy), Handbuch der Blütenbiologie, 26 : Hallez (Paul), Relations between Bougainvillia fruticosa

Handbuch der Laubholzkunde, Camillo Karl Schneider, 76 and Bougainvillia ramosa, 408
Grosvenor (G. H.), Water-purification by Blue Vitriol, 156 Hallows (K. A. K.), Apparatus for Determining the Density
Group-velocity, Growth of a Wave-group when the, is of Small Grains, 382
Negative, Dr. H. C. Pocklington, 607

Halm (Dr. J.), Characteristics of Nova Auriga (1892) and
Grubb (Sir Howard, F.R.S.), · Improvements in Equatorial Nova Persei (1902), 142
Telescope Mountings, 334

Hamilton (C. H.), Renewed Activity of Kilauea, 589
Grundzüge der Theorie der optischen Instrumente nach Hamilton (Harbert), Tumour in an Oyster, 37:

Abbe, Dr. Siegfried Czapski, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., Hammond (Mr.), Visual Observations of Jupiter's Sixth
217

Satellite, 569
Guédras (Marcel P. S.), Calcium Carbide as an Explosive Hampshire, Flora of, Including the Isle of Wight,
in Mining Work, 240

Frederick Townsend, 245
Guide to India, including Kashmir, Burma, and Ceylon, Hampson (Dr. W.), Radium Explained, 530
the Imperial, 387

Hand-camera Work, Advanced, Walter Kilbey, 124
Guillaume (Dr. Ch. Ed.), Invar and its Applications, 134 ; Hann (Prof. Julius), Mean Temperatures of High Southern
Corr., 158

Latitudes, 221
Guillet (L.), Special Brasses for Naval Construction, 616 Hansky (A.), Observations of the Zodiacal Light, 401;
Guinchant (M.), Electrometer with Sextants and a Neutral Photography of the Solar Corona at the Summit of
Needle, 551; the Crystalloluminescence of Arsenious Acid,

Mont Blanc, 527; Photography of the Corona without
624

a Total Eclipse, 544
Guinée (1855-1900), Observations océanographiques Hanson (E. K.), Dynamic Isomerism of a. and. B-Crotonic

météorologiques dans la Région du Courant de, 293
Guiton (S.), Hints on Collecting and Preserving Plants, 317 Harbord (F. W.), Recent Developments in Electric Smelt-
Guntz (A.), Heat of Formation of Calcium Hydride and ing in Connection with Iron and Steel, 502
Nitride, 551

Harden (Dr. A.), Atmospheric and Oceanic Carbon
Gurwitsch (Dr. Alexander), Morphologie und Biologie der Dioxide, 283
Zelle, 174

Hardy (G. H.), the Zeros of Certain Classes of Integral
Gustavson (G.), Compounds of Aluminium Chloride with Taylor's Series, 70
Hydrocarbons and Hydrogen Chloride, .576

Hartley (Prof. W. N., F.R.S.), Construction of Fume-
Guthnick (Dr. P.), Rotation of Jupiter's Satellites I. and chambers with Effective Ventilation, 623
II., 469

Hartman (C. V.), Archæological Researches in Costa Rica,
Guttmann (Leo F.), Percentage Tables for Elementary 461
Analysis, 460

Hartmann (Prof. J.), New Method for Measuring Radial-
Gutton (C.). Intensity of Photographic Impressions pro- Velocity Spectrograms, 306
duced by Feeble Illuminations, 455

Hartog (Prof. Marcus), the Dual Force of the Dividing
Guye (Philippe A.), the Density of itrous Oxide and the

Cell, part i., the Achromatic Spindle-figure, elucidated
Atomic Weight of Nitrogen, 47

by Magnetic Chains of Force, 333
Guyot (A.), Synthesis in the Anthracene Series, 359

Hartog (W. G.), Lectures scientifiques, 6
Gwyer (A. G. C.), Comparison of the Platinum Scale of Hartwig (Prof. E.), Encke's Comet (1904 b), 89; Observ-
Temperature with the Normal Scale, 429

ations of Comets 1904 d and 1904 e, 281; Comet 1905 a
Gymnosperms, Lepidocarpon and the, Dr. D. H. Scott, (Giacobini), 569
F.R.S., 201

Harvard College Observatory : Plan for the Endowment
Gyroscope, a Little Known Property of the, Prof. William of Astronomical Research, Prof. E. C. Pickering, 40;
H. Pickering, 608

Harvard Observations of Variable Stars, Prof. E. C.
Pickering, 133 : Observations of Leonids at Harvard,

1904, 233; a New 24-inch Reflector at Harvard, Prof.
Haas (Dr. J.), Gesch:hte des Christentums in Japan, 27 E. C. Pickering, 569
Haberlandt (G.), die Sinnesorgane der Pflanzen, 123

Harvie-Brown (J. A.), a Fauna of the North-west High-
Habich (Eduardo de), Nickeliferous Veins at La Mar, 236 lands and Skye, 202
Hadamard (Jacques), Leçons sur la Propagation des Ondes Harwood (W. S.), Burbank's Fruit-hybrids, 516
et les Equations de l'Hydrodynamique, 196

Haschek (E.), Spectra of y Cygni, a Canis Minoris, and
Haddon (Dr.), Studies in National Eugenics, 402

€ Leonis, 354
Haddon (E. B.), Dog-motive in Bornean Design, 430 Hashberger (Dr. J. W.), Comparative Age of Flora of
Hadfield (R. A.), Physical Properties of a Series of Alloys Eastern North America, 61
of Iron, 132

Hatch (Dr. F. H.), Petrography of the Witwatersrand
Haeckel (Ernst), Anthropogenie oder Entwickelungsges- Conglomerates with Special Reference to the Origin of

chichte des Menschen, Keimes- und Stammes-geschichte, Gold, 471; the “ Cullinan ” Diamond, 549

265; the Wonders of Life, a Popular Study of Biological Hatfield (W. H.), Acid Open-hearth Manipulation, 40
Philosophy, 313

Hatt (Dr. W. K.), the Strength of Structural Timber, 399
Hagia Triada, Crete, Phaistos and, 465

Hauck (Dr. Guido), Death of, 420
Hahn (Dr. O.), . New Radio-active Element which Evolves Hawkes (Arthur J.), Reason in Dogs, 54
Thorium Emanation, 574

Hayden (H. H.), Geology of Spiti, 161; the Geology of
Haldane (Dr.), Destruction of Rats and Disinfection on Spiti, with Parts of Bashahr and Rupshu, 251
Shipboard with Special Reference to Plague, 209

Health, Bacteriology and the Public, Dr. George Newman,
Haldane (R. B.), the Future of Science in England, 589 Dr. A. C. Houston, 388
Hall (A. L.), Geological Survey of the Transvaal, Řeport Heat: the Use of Helium as a Thermometric Substance
for the Year 1903, 55

and its Diffusion through Silica, Adrien Jaquerod and
Hall (G. Stanley), Adolescence, its Psychology and its Re- F. Louis Perrot, 95; Measurements by Photometric

lations to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Methods of the Temperature of the Electric Arc, C. W.
Crime, Religion, 3

Waidner and G. K. Burgess, 132; the Heating Effect
Hall (H. S.), a School Geometry, 75; Lessons in Experi- of the y Rays from Radium. Prof. E. Rutherford.
mental and Practical Geometry, 507

F.R.S., and Prof. H. T. Barnes, 151; Physical

Characters of the Sodium Borates, with a New Method Highlands and Skye, a Fauna of the North-west, J. A.
for the Determination of Melting Points, C. H. Burgess Éarvie-Brown and H. A. MacPherson, 202
and A. Holt, jun., 189; Effect of Temperature on the Hildebrandsson (Prof. H. H.), the General Motion of
Thermal Conductivities of some Electrical Insulators, Clouds, 329
Dr. Charles H. Lees, 262; Superfusion Phenomena, Hill (Dr. Alex.), Can Birds Smell ? 318
Drs Tullio Gnesotto and Gino Zanetti, 305; Melting Hill (Alfred P.), Machine Drawing, 149
Point of Dissociating Substances and the Degree of Hill (A. W.), some Peculiar Features in Seedlings of
Dissociation during Melting. R. Kremann, 400; Com Peperomia, 191
parison of the Platinum Scale of Temperature with the Hill (E. G.), Composition of the Oil from Bir Bahoti or
Normal Scale, Prof. Morris W. Travers, F.R.S., and the Rains Insect" (Bucella carniola), 551-2
A. G. C, Gwyer, 429; Effect of Temperature on the Hill (Prof. M. J. M.), the Projection of Two Triangles on
Magnetisation of Steel, Nickel, and Cobalt, Prof. H. to the same Triangle, 478
Vagaoka and S. Kusakabe, 448; Accurate Measure Hills (J. S.), Linin, 478
ment of Coefficients of Expansion, H. McAllister Hilton (Harold), Grundzüge der Kristallographie, Prof.
Randall. 469; the Differential Mercury Thermometer, C. M. Viola, 340
Ernst Beckmann, 518; Thermochemical Researches on Himalayan Peaks, Report on the Identification and
Brucine and Strychnine, MM. Berthelot and Gaudechon, Nomenclature of, Captain H. Wood, R.E., Major S. G.
527 ; Historical Vote on Dust, Electrification, and Heat, Burrard, F.R.S., 42
Sir Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 582; Have Chemical Com Hind (Dr. Wheelton), the Homotaxial Equivalents of the
pounds a Definite Critical Temperature and Pressure of Beds which Immediately Succeed the Carboniferous
Decomposition? Geoffrey Martin, 60g

Limestone in the West of Ireland, 503
Heavens at a Glance, the, 256

Hinton (M. A. C.), Abnormal Remains of the Red Deer
Heavens, a Popular Guide to the, Sir Robert S. Ball, (Cervus elaphus), 575
F.R.S., 437

Hiorns (A. H.), Alloys of Copper and Bismuth, 598
Heaviside (Oliver, F.R.S.), the Pressure of Radiation, 439; Hiscox (Gardner D.), Mechanical Appliances, Mechanical
Electromagnetics in a Moving Dielectric, 606

Movements, and Novelties of Construction, 557
Hébert (Alex.), l'tilisation of the Essential Oils in the Histology, Practical Exercises in Chemical Physiology and,
Etiolated Plant, 408

H. B. Lacey and C. A. Pannett, 412
Heights of Meteors. Mr. Denning, 89

History : Social England, 385; an Introductory History
Heliozoaires d'Eau Douce, les, E. Penard, 289

of England, C. R. L. Fletcher, 385: Studies on Anglo-
Helium Exists in Minerals, on the State in which, Prof. Saxon Institutions, H. M. Chadwick, 385; Landscape
Morris W. Travers, F.R.S., 248

in History and Other Essays, Sir Archibald Geikie,
Hemming (G. W.), Death of, 253

F.R.S., 577
Hemming (G. W.). Billiards Mathematically Treated, 362 Hobart (H. M.), Electric Motors, i
Henri (Victor), the Composition of Colloidal Granules, 167 Hobson (B.), Dates of Publication of Scientific Books,
Henry (Dr. A.), Botanical Collecting, 380

440
Henry (Charles). Measurement of Disposable Energy by | Hobson (Dr. E. W.), Failure of Convergence of Fourier's
a Self-registering Integrating Dynamometer, 528

Series, 166; General Theory of Transfinite Numbers and
Henry John R.), the Coming Shower of Leonids, 30; Order Types, 382

the Leonid Meteors of 1904, 126; the Lyrid Meteors, 560 Hodges (John A.), How to Photograph with Roll and Cut
Henry (Paul), Death of, 278; Obituary Notice of, 302 Films, 460
Hepworth (T. C.), Inks, their Composition and Manu Hodgson (W. E.), Problems connected with Salmon Fishing,
facture, 269

492
Herdman (W. A., F.R.S.), Report to the Government of Hoff (J. H. van 't), zur Bildung der ozeanischen Salz-

Ceylon on the Pearl Oyster Fisheries of the Gulf of ablagerung. 308
Manaar, 395

Hoffmann (J. Č. V.), Death of, 420
Heredity : Average Number of Kinsfolk in Each Degree, Holdich (Colonel Sir Thomas, K.C.M.G., C.B.), the

Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 9, 101; Dr. Francis Galton, Countries of the King's Award, 102 ; India, the Regions
F.R.S., 30, 248; Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics, of the World, 268
D. E. Hutchins, 83

Holetschek (J.), Brightness of Encke's Comet, 469 .
Hergesell (Dr. H.), Kite Observations on the Lake of Holland (Philip), Study of Sands and Sediments, 161

Constance, 87; Aëronautical Monthly Ascents of 1904, Holland (Dr. W. J.), the Dinosaur Diplodocus carnegii, 565
447; Preliminary Results of the Kite Ascents made on Holt (A., jun.), Alkaline Borates, 71; Physical Characters
the Yacht of the Prince of Monaco in the Summer of of the Sodium Borates, with a New Method for the De-
1904, 467

termination of Melting Points, 189
Hérissey (H.). Trehalase in Fungi, 119; Origin and Com Holt (George), Physics Laboratory, 63
position of the Essence of Herb-Bennet Root, 551

Honda (K.), a Simple Model for illustrating Wave-motion,
Herrenschmidt (H.), Extraction of Vanadium from the

295; Daily Periodic Changes of Level in Artesian Wells,
Natural Lead Vanadate, 24

621
Hertwig (Prof. Oscar), Ergebnisse und Probleme der Hookham (George), the Origin of Life, 9, 101
Zeugungs- und Vererbungs-lehre, 559

Hooper (D.), Perfumes during the Moghul Period, 304
Heterogenesis, Archebiosis and, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, Hopkinson (Prof. Bertram), Effects of Momentary Stresses
F.R.S., 30

in Metals, 501
Heterogenesis, Occurrence of Certain Ciliated Infusoria Horner (D. W.), Fireside Astronomy, 292

within the Eggs of a Rotifer, considered from the Point Horse, the Intelligent, “Clever Hans," Prof. Stumpf, 156
of View of, H. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., 548

Horticulture : Electricity in Agriculture and Horticulture,
Heterogenetic Fungus-germs, Origin of, George Massee, Prof. S. Lemström, 1; the Culture of Fruit Trees in Pots,
175; Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., 272

Josh Brace, 314; the Royal Horticultural Society, 571
Heurteau (M.). Removal of Moisture from the Air Blown Horton (Dr. Frank), Modulus of Torsional Rigidity of

into Blast Furnace by Freezing, Economy of Fuel, 119 Quartz Fibres and its Temperature Coefficient, 380
Hewitt (C. H.), Practical Professional Photography, 248 Hough (Prof. G. W.), Changes on the Surface of Jupiter,
Hewlett (Prof. R. T.), Scientific Research in the Philip-

306
pine Islands, 162 ; Scientific Reports of the Local Govern Houllevigue (L.), Thickness of Transparent Sheets of Iron,
ment Board, 237: Trypanosomiasis and Experimental

407
Medicine, 498; First Report of the Wellcome Research House, Garden, and Field : a Collection of Short Nature
Laboratories at the Gordon Memorial College, Khar Studies, L. C. Miall, 52
boum, Dr. Andrew Balfour, 605

Houston (Dr. A. C.), Bacteriology and the Public Health,
Heydrick (W. H.), the Kansas Oil-fields, 472

Dr. George Newman, 388
Hibbert (Walter), Life and Energy, Four Addresses, 271 Howes (Prof. G. B., E.R.S.), Death of, 350; Obituary
Hickson (Prof. Sydney J., F.R.S.), West Indian Madre Notice of, 419
porarian Polyps, J. E. Duerden, 18

| Howietoun Fishery Company, Fish-passes and Fish-ponds, 9

Howitt (A. W.), the Native Tribes of South-East Australia, Geology of Spiti with parts of Bashahr and Rupshu,
225

H. H. Hayden, 251 ; India, Colonel Sir Thomas Holdich,
Hubbard (A. J. and G.), Neolithic Dew-ponds and Cattle- C.B., the Regions of the World, 268; Perfumes during
ways, 611

the Moghul Period, D. Hooper, 304; Fevers in the
Hubbard (William F.), the Basket Willow, 427

Dinajpur District, Dr. L. Rogers, 336; Indian and South
Hugounenq (M.), Carbimide of Natural Leucine, 431; Sub- African Rainfalls 1892-1902, D. E. Hutchins, 342 ; Game,
stituted Ureas from Natural Leucine, 551

Shore and Water Birds of India, with Additional Refer-
Human Anatomy, Dr. A. Keith, 145

ences to their Allied Species in other parts of the World,
Human Sternum, the, Andrew Melville Patterson, Dr. A. Colonel A. Le Messurier, 363 ; the Imperial Guide to
Keith, 145

India, including Kashmir, Burma, and Ceylon, 387; a
Humberstone (T. L.), Use and Misuse of Terms in Science Large Indian Sea-perch, Major A. Alcock, F.R.S., 415;
Teaching, 284

the Birds of Calcutta, F. Finn, 438; the Jammu Coal-
Hunter (John) and his Influence on Scientific Progress, fields, R. R. Simpson, 471; the Indian Earthquake of

Hunterian Oration at Royal College of Surgeons, John April 4, 540, 563, 589; Flora of the Calcutta District,
Tweedy, 403

Dr. Prain, 615
Huppert (Dr. Karl H.), Death of, 86

Indians, Plains, Folk-tales of, Drs. G. A. Dorsey and A. L.
Hussey (Prof.), Observations of Saturn's Satellites, 449 Kroeber, 417; P. E. Goddard, 418
Hutchins (D. E.), Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics, Induction Coils, Interrupters for, 546

83 ; Indian and South African Rainfalls 1892–1902, 342 Induction Machines, Reversal of Charge from Electrical,
Hutchinson (A.), Change in Colour of Moss Agates, 101 George W. Walker, 221; R. Langton Cole, 249
Hutchison (Dr. Robert), Lectures on the Diseases of Industrial and Artistic Technology of Paint and Varnish,
Children, 28

the, A. H. Sabin, C. Simmonds, 50
Hutton (F. W.), the Animals of New Zealand : an Account Industry, Alcohol in, 584
of the Colony's Air-breathing Vertebrates, 199

Infection of Laboratories by Radium, the, A. S. Eve, 460
Hutton (R. S.), Calcium Metal, 180; Electrically Heated Influence Machines, Reversal in, Charles E. Benham, 320
Carbon Tube Furnaces, 598

Infra-red Solar Spectrum, Absorption by Water Vapour in
Huxley Memorial Lecture, the Racial Elements in the the, F. E. Fowle, jun., 115

Present Population of Europe, Dr. J. Deniker at An-, Infusoria : New Species of Hydrachnidæ, Polyxo placo-
thropological Institute, 21

phora, R. Monti, 543 ; Occurrence of certain Ciliated In-
Hyades Stars, Relative Drift of the, Dr. Downing, F.R.S., fusoria within the Eggs of a Rotifer, Considered from the
185

Point of View of Heterogenesis, H. Charlton Bastian,
Hydraulics : the Distribution of Velocity in a l'iscous Fluid F.R.S., 548

over the Cross-section of a Pipe, and the Action at the Ingle (H.), the Available Plant Food in Soils, 70
Critical Velocity, J. Morrow, 621

Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics, D. E. Hutchins, 83
Hydrodynamics : Leçons sur la Propagation des Ondes et Ink : Vitro-ink, Messrs. J. J. Griffin and Sons, 256
les Equations de l'Hydrodynamique, Jacques Hadamard,

Inks, their Composition and Manufacture, C. Ainsworth
196

Mitchell and T. C. Hepworth, C. Simmonds, 269
Hydrography : Comparison of the Lakes of Denmark and Inoculation : on the Action exerted upon the Staphylococcus
Scotland, Dr. Wesenberg-Lund, 383 ; a New British

pyogenes by the Human Blood Fluids, and on the Elabor-
Marine Expedition, 562

ation of Protective Elements in the Human Organism in
Hydroids, American, part ii., Sertularidæ, C. C. Nutting, Response to Inoculation of a Staphylococcus Vaccine, Dr.
331

A. E. Wright and Captain Stewart R. Douglas, 67; on
Hydrology in the United States, 187

the Action Exerted upon the Tubercle Bacillus by the
Hygiene : Sanatoria for Consumptives, Dr. Orme Dudfield, Human Blood Fluids, and on the Elaboration of Pro-

37; London Conference on School Hygiene, Sir Arthur tective Elements in the Human Organism in Response
Rücker, 377; New Method of Testing for Ammonia, Ap- to Inoculations of a Tubercle Vaccine, Dr. A. E. Wright
plication to the Examination of Water for Sanitary Pur- and Captain Stewart R. Douglas, 67
poses, MM. Trillat and Turchet, 383

Insects, Ants and some Other, an Inquiry into the Psychic

Powers of these Animals, Dr. August Forel, Prof.
Ichthyology: Fish-passes and Fish-ponds, Howietoun

William Morton Wheeler, 29; Studies of Variation in,
Fishery Company, 9; Anatomy of Fishes of the Genus

Vernon L. Kellogg and Ruby G. Bell, 545
Orestias, Jacques Pellegrin, 48; the Swim-bladder of Institution of Civil Engineers : Coast Erosion and Pro-
Fishes, D. Deineka, 112; the Degree of Saline Concen-

tection, A. E. Carey, E. R. Matthews, 92 ; Recent Visit
tration of the Blood Serum of the Eel in Sea Water and

of the Institution of Civil Engineers to United States
in Fresh Water, René Quinton, 144 ; Life-history of the and Canada, Sir William White, K.C.B., 254; “James
Salmon, Mr. Calderwood, 214 ; Problems Connected with Forrest ” Lecture at, Unsolved Problems in Electrical
Salmon Fishing, W. E. Hodgson, 492 ; Variation in Engineering, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 595
Spinax niger, Mr. Punnett, 492 ; Oral and Pharyngeal Institution of Naval Architects, the, 594
Denticles of Elasmobranchs, A. D. Imms, 333 ; a Large Intelligence in Animals, J. E. A. T., 102 ; F. C. Constable,
Indian Sea-perch, Major A. Alcock, F.R.S.,

102; Rev. Joseph Meehan, 176; T. S. Patterson, 201;
Nest of the Fighting Fish, E. H. Waite, 450

F. J. Allen, 222
Idaho, a Geological Reconnaissance across the Bitterroot Intensification and Reduction, Henry W. Bennett, 341

Range and Clearwater Mountains in Montana and, W. International Electrical Congress at St. Louis, 41
Lindgren, 450

Interrupters for Induction Coils, 546
Ideals of Science and Faith, 52

Invar and its Applications, Dr. Ch. Ed. Guillaume, 134;
Imamura (Prof.), Level of Maximum Rate of Propagation, Corr., 158

20; the Synodic Monthly Variation in Frequency, 620 Invariants, the Algebra of, J. H. Grace and A. Young,
Imms (A. D.), Oral and Pharyngeal Denticles of Elasmo- Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 601
branchs, 333

Inversions of Temperature on Ben Nevis, Andrew Watt,
Index Kewensis Plantarum Phanerogamarum, W. T. Thisel- 583
ton-Dyer, 581

Ionisation and Absorption, Hon. R. J. Strutt, Dr. O. W.
Index of Spectra, W. Marshall Watts, 486

Richardson, 172
India : Public Works in India during the last Fifty Years, Ireland, the pre-Glacial Raised Beach of the South Coast

Sir Guilford L. Molesworth, 13; Report of the Survey of of, W. B. Wright and H. B. Muff, Prof. Grenville
India, 22; Report on the Identification and Nomenclature A. J. Cole, 17; the Ben Bulben District, 91; the
of Himalayan Peaks, Captain H. Wood, R.E.; Major Mammals of Great Britain and Ireland, J. G. Millais,
S. G. Burrard, F.R.S., 42; Mount Everest, the Story of a 121; Neolithic Deposits in the North-east of, George
Controversy, Douglas W. Freshfield, 82; Geological Coffey and R. Lloyd Praeger, 444
Notes, 161; Difficulties of the Ethnographic Survey in the Iris Diaphragm in Astronomy, the, M. Salet, 545
Mysore, E. Thurston, 182 ; Asiatic Society of Bengal, 192. Iron : Report of the Commission appointed by Clifford
288, 336, 551; Meteorology in Mysore for 1903, 210; the Sifton, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada, to

415; the

a

621

investigate the Different Electrothermic Processes for the Great Red Spot on, Mr. Denning and Rev. T. E.
the smelting of Iron Ores and the making of Steel in Phillips, 211; Stanley Williams, 211; Changes on the
Europe, Prof. J. O. Arnold, 258

Surface of, Prof. G. W. Hough, 306; Discovery of a
Iron and Steel Institute, 40

Sixth Satellite to, Prof. Perrine, 256, 282, 329, 494 ;
Irving (J. D.), Economic Resources of the Northern Black Prof. Aitken, 494 ; the Reported Sixth Satellite of, Prof.
Hills, 450 ; Refractory Siliceous Ores of South Dakota, Wolf, 306; the Sixth Satellite of, Prof. C. A. Young,

364; Visual Observations of Jupiter's Sixth Stellite, Mr.
Italy : Trattato di Chimica Inorganica Generale e Appli- Hammond, 569; Reported Discovery of Seventh
cato all'Industria, Dr. E. Molinari, 339

Satellite to Jupiter, 424; Jupiter's Seventh Satellite,

Prof. Campbell, 410; Prof. Perrine, 449; Jupiter's
Jackson (Rev. F. H.), Application of Basic Numbers to Satellites I. and II., Rotation of, Dr. P. Guthnick, 469

Bessel's and Legendre's Functions, 166
Jackson (H.), Action of Carbon Monoxide on Ammonia, Kahlbaum (Dr. Georg W. A.), Monographieen aus der
598

Geschichte der Chemie, viii. Heft., Justus von Liebig
Jacquet (J. B.), Severe Explosion of Rock in the New und Friedrich Mohr, 25
Hillgrove Mine, New South Wales, 616

Kalahari, die, Dr. Siegfried Passarge, 481
Jaggar (T. A., jun.), Economic Resources of the Northern Kalecsinszky (Dr. von), the Warming of Different Layers
Black Hills, 450

of Liquid by the Sun's Rays, 255
Jahrbuch der Radioaktivität und Elektronik, 53

Kaminsky (M.), Encke's Comet, 1904 b, 16, 114
James (Captain), Wireless Telegraphy in War, 307 Kannapell (A.), the Third Band of the Air Spectrum, 17
January Fireballs, Mr. Denning, 469

Kearton (R.), the Adventure of Cock Robin and his Mate,
Japan: Geschichte des Christentums in Japan, Dr. J. 152

Haas, F. Victor Dickins, 27; Dai Nippon, the Britain Keeble (F.), Colour-physiology of the Higher Crustacea,
of the East, a Study in National Evolution, Henry Dyer,
97: Education and National Efficiency in, Dr. Henry Keith (Dr. A.), a Treatise on Applied Anatomy, Edward
Dyer, 150; Seismology in, Baron Dairoku Kikuchi, 224; H. Taylor, 145; the Human Sternum, Andrew Melville
a Magnetic Survey of Japan reduced to the Epoch Patterson, 145; Der Gang des Menschen, 145; the Mam-
1895-0 and the Sea Level, A. Tanakadate, Prof. Arthur malian Diaphragm and Pleural Cavity, 615
Schuster, F.R.S., 578; Japan nach Reisen und Studien, Kellogg (Royal R.), Forest Planting in Western Kansas,
J. J. Rein, Dr. Henry Dyer, 603

427
Jaquerod (Adrien), the Use of Helium as a Thermometric Kellogg (Vernon L.), Studies of Variation in Insects, 545
Substance and its Diffusion through Silica, 95

Kelly (R. E.), Absence or Marked Diminution of Free
Jardin (M.), Action of Dilute Nitric Acid upon Vegetable Hydrochloric Acid in the Gastric Contents in Malignant
Fibres, 359

Disease of Organs other than the Stomach, 596
Jaubert (Georges F.), Action of Boric Acid on the Alka- Kelvin (Lord, O.M., G.C.V.O., F.R.S.), on the Living
l.pe Peroxides and the Formation of Perborates, 96

Cell, 13; Lord Kelvin and Glasgow University, 104; on
Jaubert (Jean). the Condition of Chemical Industries in Deep Water Ship Waves, 382
France, 369

Keratine, Studien über die Albuminoide mit besonderer
Jeans (). H.). Kinematics and Dynamics of a Granular Berücksichtigung des Spongin und der, Dr. Eduard

Medium in Normal Piling, 310; the Dynamical Theory Strauss, 174
of Gases, 601, 607

Kerl (Prof. Bruno), Death and Obituary Notice of, 540
Jeities (Richard), his Life and Ideals, H. S. Salt, 582 Kershaw (John B. C.), Smoke Prevention and Fuel
Jeffery (Prof. E. C.) Comparative Anatomy and Phylo- Economy, 74
geny of the Coniferales, 447

Khartoum, First Report of the Wellcome Research Labor-
Jensen (H. I.), Relations between Solar and Terrestrial atories at the Gordon Memorial College, Dr. Andrew
Phenomena, 158

Balfour, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 605
Jesut Observatory at Belen, Havana, 282

Kidston (R.), Proposed Classification of the Coal-measures,
Jaunat (M.), Death of, 181

622
Jerons (H. Stanley)Classification of Igneous Rocks, 335

Kikuchi (Baron Dairoku), Seismology in Japan, 224
Johnson (J. P.). Types of Stone Implements Found in Kilbey (Walter), Advanced Hand-camera Work, 124
Taaibosch Spruit, 236

Kimura (Mr.), Correction of the Longer Term in the Polar
Johnson (Prof. T.), Swede Disease in Ireland, 167

Motion, 133
Icinson (W. H.), the Cultivation and Preparation of Para King (A.), the Perseid Shower, 40; the Leonids, 1904, 102
Rubber, 321, 352

King (L. W., F.S.A.), Records of the Reign of Tukulti-
Johnston (Sir Harry, G.C.M.G., K.C.B.), the Mammals Ninib I., King of Assyria about s.c. 1275, 222
and Birds of Liberia, 574

Kinsfolk, Average Number of, in Each Degree, Prof.
Jahaston-Lavis (Dr.), Origin of Lunar Formation, 256 G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 9, 101; Dr. Francis Galton,
Tree (Chapman), the Science and Practice of Photography, F.R.S., 30, 248

Kipping (F. S.), Isomeric Forms of d-Bromo- and
Jones (D. T.), New Synthesis of Isocaprolactone, 119 d-Chloro-camphorsulphonic Acids, 599
Jer (H. O.), Optically Active Nitrogen Compounds, 166 ; Kirby (W. F.), a Synonymic Catalogue of Orthoptera, 459

. Further Analogy between the Asymmetric Nitrogen Klein (Dr., F.R.S.), Bacteriological Diagnosis of Plague,
and Carbon Atoms, 358

237; Vitality of the Typhoid Bacillus in Shell-fish, 421
Juoas (R. L.), Bright Meteors, 449

Klem (Mary J.), the Palæozoic Palæechinoidea, 162
Jei (E.). Intrusive Granites in the Transvaal, the Kling (André), Chlorination of Methyl-ethyl-ketone, 359
Orange River Colony, and in Swaziland, 471

Knott (Dr. C. G.), Polar Plotting Paper, 296
Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society, the, 558

Knox (Alexander), Glossary of Geographical and Topo-
Jor" (H. A. D.), Bromomethyl Heptyl Ketone, 598

graphical Terms, 271
Jod (Miss H. M.), New Formation of Acetylcamphor, 598 Kobold (Prof.), Eclipse Observations, 159
Jude (A.). Need of Testing Materials to be Subjected to Koch (Prof. Robert), Trypanosome Diseases, 112

Rapadiy Repeated or to Alternating Loads Otherwise Koenig's (Dr.) Method of Colour Photography, 83
than bx Determining the Tensile Strength and Elastic Koernicke (Dr. M.), Action on Plants of Röntgen and
Limit, 184

Radium Rays, 373
Jukos-Browne (A. J.), Geology of Cyprus, 310

Kohler (Dr. A.), Photomicrography by L'Itra-violet Light, 517
Julian (H Forbes), Cyaniding Gold and Silver Ores, 292 Kohn-Abrest (M.), Atomic Weight of Aluminium, 47
IT-llo (Henri), New Indiarubber Euphorbia, 600

Korté (Dr. W. E. de), the Parasites of Small-pox and
jazybluth (Franz), Structure of the Third Cyanogen Band, Vaccinia, 112

Kostersitz (K.), Spectra of g Cygni, a Canis Minoris, and
agrisch (E.), Phosphorescence of Phosphorus, 407; on € Leonis, 354
Dostrarotatory Lactic Acid, 503

Kövesligethy (Dr. R. von), Work Done by Great Earth.
püter: the Photographic Spectrum of, G. Millochau, 89; quakes, 20

Kränzlin (Dr. F.), Abbildungen der in Deutschland und den Lantern, the Other Side of the, Sir Frederick Treves,
angrenzenden Gebieten vorkommenden Grundformen der

Bart., 553
Orchideen-arten, 341

Lapicque (L.), Weight of the Brain as a function of the
Krebs (Wilhelm), Distribution of Submarine Earthquakes, Body Weight in Birds, 600

Un-
21; Meteorological Results of the National Antarctic ExLapworth (A.), Addition of Hydrogen Cyanide to
pedition, 131

saturated Compounds, 166
Kremann (R.), Melting Point of Dissociating Substances, Laryngology : Don Garcia's Centenary, 491

and the Degree of Dissociation during Melting, 400 Láska (Prof.), Application of Earthquake Observations to
Kroeber (Dr. A. L.), Folk-tales of Plains Indians, 417; the Investigation of the Constitution of the Interior of the
Indian Culture in California, 452

Earth, 19
Krogh (Dr. August); Tension of Carbonic Acid in the Sea, Lassar-Cohn (Dr.), Applications of some General Reactions

and on the Reciprocal Influence of Carbonic Acid of the to Investigations in Organic Chemistry, 220
Sea and that of the Atmosphere, 120; Atmospheric and Latter (Oswald H.), a Note on Coloration of Spiders, 6
and Oceanic Carbon Dioxide, 283

Laubholzkunde, Handbuch der, Camillo Karl Schneider,
Kuntze (Dr. Otto), Present Condition of Kilauea, 20

Prof. Percy Groom, 76
Kusakabe (S.), Modulus of Elasticity of Rocks, 20; Effect Laur (Francis), the Coal-measures in French Lorraine, 192

of Temperature on the Magnetisation of Steel, Nickel, Laurence (R. Vere), Compulsory Greek at Cambridge, 390
and Cobalt, 448

Lavaux (James), Action of Methylene Chloride upon Toluene
Kynaston (H.), Geological Survey of the Transvaal, Report in the Presence of Aluminium Chloride, 167
for the Year 1903, 55

Laveran (A.), Trypanosomiasis in French West Africa, 47;

Trypanosomiasis and the Tsetse-fly in French Guinea,
Labergerie (M.), New Damp Soil Potato, 192

287; the Mixed Treatment of Trypanosomiasis by Ar-
Laboratories : the George Holt Physics Laboratory, 63 ; senious Acid and Trypan Red, 359 ; on Surra and the

Report of the Superintendant of the Government Labora- Differentiation of Trypanosomes, 551
tories in the Philippine Islands for the Year ended Law (H. D.), Electrolytic Oxidation of the Aliphatic Alde-
September 1, 1903, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 162 ; Laboratory hydes, 358
Studies for Brewing Students, A. J. Brown, 173; Het Lawn Tennis, J. Parmley Paret, 436 ·
Natuurkundig Laboratorium der Ryks-Universiteit te Lawn Tennis Players, Great, George W. Beldam and P. A.
Leiden in de Jaren 1882–1904, 218; Laboratory Notes on

Vaile, 436
Practical Metallurgy, Walter Macfarlane, 413; Some Laws (H. E.), Amidechloroiodides, 119
Scientific Centres : the Physiological Research Laboratory Le Chatelier (H.), Photographic Method of Recording the
of the University of London, Dr. Augustus D. Waller, Temperature of Pieces of Steel during Cooling, 88; on
F.R.S., 441; the Monte Rosa and Col d'Olen Inter- the Use of Dry Air in Blast Furnaces, 143
national Laboratories, Prof. Mosso, Sir M. Foster, Le Dantec (Félix), les Lois. naturelles, 5
K.C.B., F.R.S., 443 ; the Infection of Laboratories by Le Messurier (Colonel A.), Game, Shore and Water Birds
Radium, A. S. Eve, 460 ; National Physical Laboratory, of India, with Additional References to their Allied
495; the Thompson-Yates and Johnston Laboratories Species in Other Parts of the World, 363
Report, 498; First Report of the Wellcome Research Le Roux (F. P.), Action of Very Low Temperatures on the
Laboratories at the Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum, Phosphorescence of Certain Sulphides, 287
Dr. Andrew Balfour, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 605

Leach (Albert E.), Food Inspection and Analysis, 30
Laby (T. H.), Radio-activity and Radium in Australian Lead Accumulator, the Theory of the, F. Dolezalek, i
Minerals, 168

Leaf, the Reception and Utilisation of Energy by a Green,
Lacey (H. B.), Practical Exercises in Chemical Physiology Bakerian Lecture at the Royal Society, Dr. Horace T.
and Histology, 412

Brown, F.R.S., 522
Lacroix (A.), the Nepheline Rocks of Tahiti, 167; Alkaline Leavitt (Miss H. S.), Variable Stars and Nebulous Areas in

Micro-granites of the Zinder Territory, 263 ; Eruptive Scorpio, 282
Basic Rocks of French Guinea, 407

Lebeau (Paul), New Method for the Preparation of Paraffins
Lagatu (H.), on the Constitution of Arable Earth, 191

from their Monohalogen Derivatives, 592
Lakes : Variations of Level of Lake Victoria Nyanza. Lebon (Prof. Ernest), Bibliography of Contemporary As-
Captain H. G. Lyons, 15; Scientific Exploration of Lake

tronomical Works, 234
Tanganyika, 277 : Comparison of the lakes of Denmark Lectures on the Diseases of Children, Dr. Robert Hutchi-
and Scotland, Dr. Wesenberg-Lund, 383 ; the Fresh-
water Plankton of the Scottish Lochs, W. and G. S.

Lectures scientifiques, W. G. Hartog, 6
West, 623; the Sarcodina of Loch Ness, Dr. E. Penard, Ledru (M.), Monobromoacetal, 527
623; the Rhizopods and Heliozoa of Loch Ness, J. Leduc (A.), the Atomic Weights of Hydrogen and Nitrogen,
Murray, 623

503 ; the Diamagnetism of. Bismuth, 599
Laloue (G.), Formation and Distribution of the Essential Lees (Dr. Charles H.), Effect of Temperature on the
Oil in an Annual Plant, 144

Thermal Conductivities of some Electrical Insulators, 262
Lamb (Prof.), Deep-water Waves, 70

Lees (F. H.), Gynocardin, a new Cyanogenetic Glucoside,
Lamcere (Prof. A.), Darwin's Theory of Female Sexual 550
Selection, 492

Legendary Suicide of the Scorpion, the, Prof. Edward B.
Lampland (Mr.), Changes on Mars, 618

Poulton, F.R.S., 534
Land and Sea, Birds by, the Record of a Year's Work with Legrain (G.), “ Find” of Royal Statues at Thebes, 126
Field Glass and Camera, J. M. Boraston, 179

Lemoult (P.), the. Retrogradation of Cyclic Secondary
Lander (G. D.), Amidechloroiodides, 119

Amines, 167
Landois (Prof. H.), Death of, 371

Lempfert (R. G. K.), Report of the Meteorological Council
Landon (Perceval), Lhasa, an Account of the Country and upon an Inquiry into the Occurrence and Distribution of
People of Central Tibet, 585

Fogs in the London Area, during the Winters of 1901-2
Landscape in History and Other Essays, Sir Archibald and 1902-3, with Reference to. Forecasts of the Incidence
Geikie, F.R.S., 577

and Duration of Fogs in Special Localities, to which is
Landslip on January 10 at St. Margaret's Bay, Dover, Appended the Report by, on the Observations of the
253, 279

Winter 1902-3, 259
Landslip, Loenvand Lake, Norway, 278

Lemström (Prof. Karl Selim), Obituary Notice of, Prof.
Lane (). H.), Isomerism of the Amidines of the Naph-

Arthur Rindell, 129
thalene Series, 118; B-NH-ethenyldiaminonaphthalene, Lemström (Prof. S.), Electricity in Agriculture and Horti-

culture, 1
Lang (Hugo), a German-English Dictionary of Terms used Lendenfeld (Dr. R. von), the Melting of Glaciers in Winter,
in Medicine and the Allied Sciences, 533

62
Langevin (Paul), the Conductivity of Gases from a Flame, Leonard (J. H.), a Further Course of Practical Science. 220
96; a Fundamental Formula in the Kinetic Theory of

Leonids : the Coming Shower of, W. F. Denning. 30: John
Gases, 263

R. Henry, 30; Leonid Meteors, 1904, Alphonso King,

son, 28

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